↠ The Floppy Show (Images of America) || ↠ PDF Read by Ñ Jeff Stein
Sep 21, 2019 - 15:04 PM By Jeff Stein

In 1957, WHO TV asked staff performer Duane Ellett to come up with an idea to help teach children how to better care for their pets Ellett created Floppy, a high voiced beagle dog puppet that became his sidekick for the next 30 years Together, the iconic duo made 200 personal appearances every year at community festivals and events The Floppy Show aired weekday afternooIn 1957, WHO TV asked staff performer Duane Ellett to come up with an idea to help teach children how to better care for their pets Ellett created Floppy, a high voiced beagle dog puppet that became his sidekick for the next 30 years Together, the iconic duo made 200 personal appearances every year at community festivals and events The Floppy Show aired weekday afternoons in part of four decades, featuring a live studio audience of children telling Floppy riddles, beeping his nose for luck, and watching cartoons On weekends, the duo appeared in a variety of programs over time, from the S.S Popeye in earlier years to The Floppytown Gazette in the 1980s, featuring Floppy and other puppets Ellett created Thousands of Iowans outside of Des Moines discovered the duo from their performances at the Iowa State Fair Even now, 30 years after their last television appearance, Duane and Floppy still hold a warm place in the hearts of baby boomers across America.
  • Title: The Floppy Show (Images of America)
  • Author: Jeff Stein
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  • Page: 235
  • Format: Kindle Edition

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Sharon Falduto Sep 21, 2019 - 15:04 PM
Floppy!If you grew up in Central Iowa in the 70s/80s, you know Floppy. If you didn't, well, I'm sorry for you.
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The Floppy Show (Images of America) By Jeff Stein In 1957, WHO TV asked staff performer Duane Ellett to come up with an idea to help teach children how to better care for their pets Ellett created Floppy, a high voiced beagle dog puppet that became his sidekick for the next 30 years Together, the iconic duo made 200 personal appearances every year at community festivals and events The Floppy Show aired weekday afternooIn 1957, WHO TV asked staff performer Duane Ellett to come up with an idea to help teach children how to better care for their pets Ellett created Floppy, a high voiced beagle dog puppet that became his sidekick for the next 30 years Together, the iconic duo made 200 personal appearances every year at community festivals and events The Floppy Show aired weekday afternoons in part of four decades, featuring a live studio audience of children telling Floppy riddles, beeping his nose for luck, and watching cartoons On weekends, the duo appeared in a variety of programs over time, from the S.S Popeye in earlier years to The Floppytown Gazette in the 1980s, featuring Floppy and other puppets Ellett created Thousands of Iowans outside of Des Moines discovered the duo from their performances at the Iowa State Fair Even now, 30 years after their last television appearance, Duane and Floppy still hold a warm place in the hearts of baby boomers across America.

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